Definition of uncorrupted in English:

uncorrupted

Syllabification: un·cor·rupt·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənkəˈrəptid
 
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adjective

Not corrupted: Lucinda is uncorrupted by nefarious influences
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  • When he walked out on the band in 1965, he claimed he'd quit because he wanted to play ‘pure, sincere and uncorrupted music.’
  • The point is also to end criminality so that we have wholesome and uncorrupted politics.
  • Laura represents everything that he wants; she is an innocent, as yet uncorrupted, a genuine person in a world of silver tongues and those who would use him for their own gain.

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